People of Poe | Julia Hnatt on Her Inspiration to Teach
Meet Julia Hnatt: native of the Triangle area, member of the NC State Dance Team and a junior studying middle grades education.
How We Became a Leader in STEM Education
Ninety years ago, NC State began offering degrees in mathematics and science education. Today, the NC State College of Education stands as North Carolina’s largest supplier of STEM educators.
People of Poe | Jed McLaughlin on Why I’ve Changed the Way I Look at Science Education
Meet Jed McLaughlin: native North Carolinian, member of the National Science Teachers Association and a junior studying science education.
Hiller Spires on “Digital Transformation and Innovation in Chinese Education”
Nearly a dozen contributors with ties to the NC State College of Education highlight examples of educational innovation in China in a new book.
Pre-Service Teacher Learns to be Global Citizen through Experiences Abroad
Multiple study abroad experiences helped junior elementary education major Kelsi Harris grow personally, academically and professionally.
Spires Named Honorary Principal of China’s Suzhou North America High School
Now in it second year, Suzhou North America High School has about 600 students and 73 teachers from around the world. Professor Hiller Spires helped start the school.
Meet Jamie N. Pearson: I Translate Research Into Strategies To Support All Children’s Needs
"African American and Latino children with autism spectrum disorder have faced disparities in diagnoses and equitable access to services," says the assistant professor of special education. "My commitment to equity in special education stems from my passion for helping families address these disparities."
Meet Crystal Chen Lee: Critical Care for Self, Community & World is a Foundation for Learning Practices
"I chose the NC State College of Education because I find the collaborative and innovative environment at NC State as one that advances issues of diversity, access and social justice, a stance that I have embraced from a high school English teacher to a doctoral candidate," says the assistant professor of English education.
How to Enhance Learning Over the Summer
A group from the NC State College of Education spent six weeks in June, July and August working to prevent summer learning loss among children in East Durham -- and learning how to be effective teachers.
In Namibia, Student Learns How to Teach Tech Skills Without Internet Access
Student Madison Weidner volunteered in Namibia this summer, and it’s helping her become a more culturally competent educator.